This is the first in a series of articles considering the Human Rights Act 1998 (‘HRA’) and the Covid-19 pandemic. The first group is designed as a general reminder/ overview of claims under the Human Rights Act 1998, in particular claims arising from alleged breaches of Article 2 European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
Including civil fraud, commercial, chancery, employment, PI & clinical negligence.
Prosecuting or defending every type of case at every level, from the magistrates’ courts to the Supreme Court.
Advice & advocacy relating to children, family finances & Court of Protection/adult care cases.
Regulatory & public law
Including judicial review, regulatory, disciplinary, immigration, sport & coronial law.
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More success in the High Court for Matthew Smith - PI Fraud : When Silence Can Be FD https://t.co/HAslSRfus3
Kitty Colley appears on BBC Breakfast to talk about re-trials in the context of the PC Harper murder trial.… https://t.co/CKQ44AHy1n
On appeal, a High Court judge reversed the finding that a claimant was not fundamentally dishonest due to inconsistencies in the longevity of his injuries and the non-disclosure of a subsequent road traffic accident to a medical expert (“the deafening silences”). On this basis, the claimant was found to be fundamentally dishonest pursuant to s.57 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 and was consequently ordered to pay 70% of the defendant insurer’s costs. Matthew Smith, co-founder of the PSQB fraud team, was instructed on behalf of the successful appellant insurer.